Bowser’s Castle from Super Mario RPG, by Square/Nintendo.
Rest in Pizza, H. R. Giger
I loved that movie, and I’m probably going to end up listening to Michael Giacchino’s soundtrack (well, the ending bit) all day now. Cloverfield took the right lessons from movies that do monster reveals well. You want the audience to demand the creature show itself. You want the audience to be screaming at a proper glimpse of what’s causing all the madness. In the meantime, their imagination is dreaming up what the monster might look like, could look like. The moment the monster is revealed, your imagination no longer has to fill in the gaps, and it’s much, much harder for the film to generate tension. It’s why I’m glad people’s main criticism of the new Godzilla seems to be a lack of more Godzilla. That’s a good thing.
First Fight & Area51.
Insomniac’s Xbox One exclusive ‘Sunset Overdrive’ gets debut gameplay trailer
The very first gameplay trailer for the Xbox One-exclusive Sunset Overdrive has finally been revealed.
Check out the new trailer here.